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REALME Philippines is gearing up to be a major smartphone player in 2019 by widening its reach to meet strong demand for its products in the Philippines.
JAPANESE gaming tycoon Kazuo Okada asked the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) to block the proposed listing of Tiger Resort Asia Limited (TRAL), amid his ongoing battle for control of the local unit of Universal Entertainment Corp. (UEC).
MORE property firms are building office spaces within transportation hubs, as a way to maximize space.
P.A. Alvarez Properties and Development Corporation (P.A. Properties) is planning to build 25 affordable housing communities in five years to help the government address the housing backlog in the Philippines.
FLEXIBLE workspace operators should consider expansion in shopping malls, as well as partnerships with hotel operators and worker dormitories to address the growing demand, according to Colliers International.
FLEXIBLE WORKING spaces seem to be popping up all over the metropolis, but how can they distinguish themselves in an increasingly competitive market?
AMAIA LAND Corp. is set to begin construction on a third building at Amaia Steps Pasig within the first quarter, after the success of the first two towers.
YOUNG professionals and employees of offshore gaming companies are expected to continue fueling the robust demand for residential condominiums and dormitories this year.
ABOITIZLAND, Inc. is expanding its mid-market residential brand Ajoya in Pampanga and Davao City next year.
THE Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) will conduct a preliminary investigation on the surge in imports of ceramic floor and wall tiles after domestic manufacturers said these excessive shipments are hurting the local market.
THE Department of Energy (DoE) is monitoring oil firms to ensure the second round of excise taxes for petroleum slated for 2019 will only be imposed on new inventory.
EDUCATION AND innovation are needed in staying ahead of cyber attackers in the emerging gig economy, said content delivery network (CDN) and cloud service provider Akamai Technologies, Inc.
FLEXIBLE WORKING spaces in the Philippines are seen to grow by 10% annually over the next three years, as micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs), multinational companies, and outsourcing firms continue to expand, Colliers International said.
DMCI Homes continues to expand in Pasig City, with plans to add a third tower to its Prisma Residences project along Pasig Boulevard.
LAZADA PHILIPPINES chartered two flights from Hong Kong for the fast delivery of purchases made during its 12.12 Grand Year-End Sale -- a first in the e-commerce industry.
QBO INNOVATION HUB, the first public-private initiative for start-ups, showcased its first batch of companies supported in partnership with JP Morgan’s Incubation Program that cater to underrepresented areas.
ONLINE English education platform 51Talk is aiming to increase its number of Filipino teachers from 16,000 to 100,000 within the next five years, as demand for online foreign teachers in China continues to grow.
FOR a property developer originally based in Cebu, expanding into Luzon can be a challenge. AboitizLand, Inc., which launched projects in Nueva Ecija and Tarlac this year, is seeing encouraging signs the market has welcomed its Ajoya brand.
JOB PORTAL Workbank, Inc. opened an office in the Philippines, as part of its efforts to expand in Southeast Asia.
JAPAN’s Tajima Roofing Inc., a building materials maker, opened its first flagship store in the Philippines to highlight its tile products, its local partner Future Flooring Inc. said.
LEXMEET HAS launched its application which matches clients with lawyers for legal consultations.
FILIPINOS will soon get to experience the Japanese way of life, at The Seasons Residences in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig.
A SHIFT towards flexible workspaces by multinational companies (MNCs) is one of the trends that defined the Philippine property market in 2018, according to real estate services provider Santos Knight Frank, Inc.